|Most expensive month:||March|
|Average price in Patong:||£41/night|
|Cheapest price found:||£10/night|
|Most expensive day:||Thursday|
Safari Beach Hotel (Sha Plus+)
136 Thaweewong Road, Patong, Thailand
Diamond Cliff Resort And Spa
284 Prabaramee Road, Patong, Thailand
MAI HOUSE Patong Hill (SHA Plus+)
5/5 Phrabarami Road, Patong, Thailand
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The busiest beach resort on Phuket Island, Patong is home to family-friendly cultural attractions and international restaurants. The nightlife hub of Bangla Road carves through its center, with massage parlors and souvenir shops packed into the surrounding streets.
Pubs, cabarets and nightclubs ignite Bangla Road after dark. Don’t miss the Simon Cabaret, which presents both traditional Thai and international performances and is particularly famed for its lavish costumes and sets.
A short drive south from Phuket takes you to aptly-named Paradise Beach where you can rent a beach chair to soak up the sun or go snorkeling along the offshore reef. Alternatively, head north to Kalim Beach, a beautiful coastline backed by rocky coves.
At sunset, Patong Beach transforms into a lively bazaar with stalls selling everything from handicrafts and silk scarves to leather goods and DVDs. There’s also a great selection of authentic Thai street food to sample. Head to one of the many international restaurants to enjoy Japanese, Italian, Scandinavian or French cuisines.
Want to capture the historic side of Phuket? Make a day trip to explore charismatic Phuket Town, established at the end of the 19th century during the island’s tin mining boom. Admire the Sino-Portuguese shop fronts and opulent tin baron mansions, together with Chinese shrines and temples established by early migrants.
Phuket International Airport is around 50 minutes’ drive north of Patong, and regular buses connect with Phuket Town to the east. Although Patong is an easy destination to explore on foot, hiring a motorbike or taxi is recommended for accessing the surrounding sights and beaches.
One of the most popular hotels in Patong is Diamond Cliff Resort And Spa, which has been reviewed by 1,881 users and currently has a rating of 8.6/10. Other top-rated locations include Grand Mercure Phuket Patong (Sha Plus+) and Amari Phuket (Sha Plus+), which have received 8.7/10 and 8.8/10 ratings from our users, respectively.
Reviews of Grand Mercure Phuket Patong (Sha Plus+) recommend it as a good place to stay near Patong Beach, scoring 8.7/10 from 510 ratings.
Grand Mercure Phuket Patong (Sha Plus+) is the most recommended hotel near Bangla Night Street on HotelsCombined (scoring 8.7 over 510 reviews).
A good hotel near Jungceylon Shopping Center is Grand Mercure Phuket Patong (Sha Plus+), which has been rated 8.7/10 by 510 HotelsCombined user reviews.
The average price of a hotel in Patong has been around £44 per night over the last 3 days. For a 5-star hotel in Patong, the average price is around £102/night, depending on your dates. The average price of a 4-star hotel is £45/night.
HotelsCombined users have found cheap hotels in Patong starting from £5 per night in the last 3 days. This coming weekend (27 May to 29 May), prices can start from as low as £5/night.
Over the last 3 days, the starting price of a hotel in Patong tonight has been as low as £5 and the average price has been £57. If you’d prefer 4-star accommodation, expect to pay at least £9 for this evening.
Patong is known for its wide array of restaurants and bars, and one of the best things to do in Patong is visit the popular nightlife spots on Bangla Road, a stretch of road offering delicious Thai street food and hundreds of bars and nightclubs. A major tourist destination, there are a wide variety of restaurants serving all sorts of cuisines like Thai, German, French, Italian, vegetarian and much more. If you are looking for accommodation in Patong with pool bars, then why not test out Palmyra Patong Resort Phuket, situated in the entertainment district, a short walk from Patong Beach and Bangla Road. Their pool bar is the perfect place to have an afternoon sundowner with a view. Some Patong hotels like Novotel Phuket Kamala Beach have rooftop bars, where you can relax with some local Thai cuisine or a pina colada.
Travelling with your family is always exciting, and choosing a hotel in Patong with entertainment options for you and the kids is a must. The Marina Phuket hotel is away from the city buzz but close enough to get into town. The rooftop pool bar is popular, and you can book any Thailand day trips or activities. Take the family on a boat day trip and go snorkeling in the sea. Very popular with kids are the incredible swimming pools on offer at the wide array of hotels, and, of course, a fun day on Patong Beach, sipping from a coconut, is a family favourite as well. When you have had enough of the beach, try the kids playground Kidzoona, with an assortment of gaming areas, slides, kid-themed stations like pizza making, sushi bars, hair salons and more.
Patong is famous for its endless white beaches and options for day trips to breathtaking islands. You cannot visit Patong and not take a ride up to see the Big Buddha and have a meditation with a real Buddhist monk. If you’re into day trips, then book a tour to the famous James Bond Island, on a traditional Thai long boat, or visit one of the many Buddhist temples in the area. The famous Suwan Khiri Wong Temple is a must visit. Hiring your own scooter in Patong is reasonably priced and a fun way to get around the island on your own.
Patong is the main tourist resort on Phuket Island and attracts thousands of visitors all year round. If you want to be near the action, you can book a hotel right by Patong Beach and have easy access to the beach, countless bars and nightclubs and an array of massive shopping centres and markets. If you book a stay at Nap Patong hotel, you are a short distance from Patong Beach and the famous Bangla Road. The entertainment does not stop, with street performers, fire breathers, magic tricks and much more. Stop at a famous Go Go bar for a Thai whiskey and coke. You can also easily get to the Jungceylon Shopping Center for some retail therapy and then escape for a day at the scenic Freedom Beach. Although transport is readily available in Patong, it’s always best to be able to walk out of your hotel and straight into the action.